Table 1 of the paper “nuScenes: A multimodal dataset for autonomous driving” tells that the part of the data collection was done in the rain as well. This is an interesting scenario in many ways. I have a few questions in that regard.
- I am assuming that the sensors are mounted on the rooftop of the vehicle, Without some form of protective gear, the quality of data could be compromised. How are these sensors protected from rain and snowfall?
- Did you find any issues like distortion, interference, signal outage in the sensory information due to the weather conditions or due to the use of protective gear?
Awaiting ur reply,